_________CV: Visual Communication Designer
(2011) Expanding Iconography in Digital Age
(2011) Expanding Iconography > As a 'Barcode'
(2011) Expanding Iconography > Library Classifications
(2011) Expanding Iconography > As a Language
(2010) Expanding Iconography > Syntax
(2007) ISOTYPE Created in a Limited Line Frame
(2007) Typeface Created in a Limited Line Frame
(2011) Course: Envisioning Information
(2010) July 4th 1999, Bloomington IN USA
(2009) What time is it now?
(2009) He wants to be friends with her
(2009) More Beautiful Moments and Memories
(2006) Menus with Intuitive Ideas for Right Flatware
(2009) Following History of the Chinese Language
(2009) Mysteries of the Alphabet
(2008) A Look at the Sun in Various Scripts
(2006) Trend Stream 2007: Will
(2005) Trend Stream 2006: Simplicity
(2004) Seal Engraving
(2010) I am not only located in space and in time
(2009) A Story Composed with Only /Shi/
(2008) Knitting Book
(2008) The Formation Rules of the Chinese Character
(2009) Korean Pavilion of Heimtextil Frankfurt 2009
(2008) Korean Pavilion of Heimtextil Frankfurt 2008
(2008) Amulets
(2008) Amulets on New Year's Letter Paper
(2008) Train in the Phoenix Island Resort in Jeju Island
(2004) Hitchcock comes to Korea
(2007) A Coffee House_Take a Break
(2007) SPM Talos
(2006) Seoul Toto Kid's Dental Clinic
(2006) The Korean People Artist Federation
(2006) On Game, No Game
(2006) Ewha Institute for Biomedical Law & Ethics
(2006) Ecosil
(2006) Record
(2005) Alquimste in Firstview
(2004) Mindtrip in Firstview
Course: Envisioning Information - Analysis and Display
Instructor: Stephen Farrell
Teaching Assistant, SAIC, Spring 2011
I have worked as a teaching assistant in this course. Through analysis and mapping of raw data structuring and visualizing images and information, I shared my practical experience on infographics with students through critical discussion.
Course Overview
How does graphic design facilitate the ways we gather, give and receive information? How might we use typography and pictures, diagrams and symbols, sequence and spatial configuration to untangle a raw mass of data, guide a complex procedure, open (or suppress) correlations or satisfy multiple users' needs? This course explores principles and concepts of information design and visual display. Emphasis will be placed on analysis and mapping of raw data, structuring hierarchical and parallel pieces of information, enforcing statistical honesty, picturing nouns (maps, timetables...) and picturing verbs (representation of mechanisms and motion, narrative...).
  Course Topics
1. data and variables (categories of data)
2. hierarchies, parallelisms and nestings
3. data vs apparatus
4. data-ink ratio and data-ink maximization
5. layering and separation
6. color and information
7. multifunctioning graphic elements
8. small multiples
Student Projects: Information Narrative on Blackout of 2003
Students: Mona Wei Luan, Akari Ono, Vincci Fung
Students: Sara Palazzo, Seon Lee, Kim Ann Durante
Students: Younghee Park, Ranhee Yoo
Students: Alyse Benenson, Veronoca Diaz
Students: Sun Cho, Dasom Park
Students: Cindy Kim, Yeonwook You